This phrase may also be spelled "low-quality” when used as an adjective.
1. (low degree of excellence)
a. baja calidad
The low quality of this fabric makes it easy to produce and easy to break.La baja calidad de esta tela hace que sea fácil de fabricar y fácil de dañar.
b. mala calidad
The low quality of the food does not just affect its taste; it impacts the nutritional value.La mala calidad de la comida no sólo afecta el sabor; impacta el valor nutricional.
2. (not well-made)
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